Bredon's Norton has very active social and village hall organising committees who produce a comprehensive calendar of events throughout the year. These range from musical soirees, quiz evenings and golf days to cricket matches, the Halloween "Spooky Walk" and the very popular "Progressive Supper" evening. 

A selection of photos from Bredon's Norton social events can be found on the Gallery page of this site - it's open to villagers and friends but, for privacy reasons needs a password for access. Please see the "Contact" page for how to request a gallery password.

 Social Calendar 2019

It’s time to practice your pumpkin carving skills!

It’s time to practice your pumpkin carving skills!


Spooky Walk                                 Saturday 2nd November
Christmas Carols Event                Saturday 14th December

Extract from October 2019 Newsletter (Issue No. 107)

Autumn Arrives

Autumn Arrives

October 2019

All of a sudden, it seems, we have stepped from summer into autumn. Shorts and T-shirts have been replaced with coats, scarves and wellies; smoke is rising from some of the chimneys and an altogether quieter mood persists.

Fireworks

Let us assure you that the spectacular Fireworks and Bonfire on Saturday 2nd November, are safely and thoroughly planned for you and your families to marvel and enjoy… provided, of course, you can steal yourselves to wander through the shadows and ghoulish demons along the Spooky Walk to Blackberry Barn…

Spooky Walk

This year we are beginning from the Village Hall at 5.30pm, which will be the start of a number of new surprises, ending up at the Barn for sausages and burgers and a few sweeter delights, too. Plus, fun and games of a frighteningly different sort. Warning… you could be mummified! But don’t panic - there’ll be a full bar, mulled wine and soft drinks to revive your spirits if necessary!

Pumpkins will be available (free of charge) from the Hall and Bus Shelter the weekend before (26th/27th). Please display your spooky offerings along the route to make it as eerie as possible, and don’t forget to mark them clearly for judging.

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